Was nice to meet Oli (and Rich!) from JOE.co.uk the other day! The GRASS (Green Radical Anticapitalist Social Space) was originally formulated as the result of a public assembly to come up with ideas to tackle capitalism in ways that not only ‘stick it to the man’, but demonstrate that it’s entirely practical and possible to build a new society. A society based on fairness, compassion, co-ordination and communal working and living. The sort of society where no one will be without a home or a chance to live a fulfilling life. greenanticapitalist.org/green-

Let's take a minute to reflect on all those poor coppers who always dreamed of using violence to protect the interests of climate destroyers, only to then see one of their most iconic centres of repression turned into an green community centre 😢

If you have a bit of money to spare, please consider helping us to pay some of the costs for our week of action. We have nothing to sell, so everything comes from donations gofundme.com/f/green-anticapit

If the seeds of revolution can be planted in the symbolic core of repression by state and capital, then they can be planted everywhere 💚 Solidarity 🖤Autonomous Direct Action ❤️ Mutual Aid

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At we introduce you to the Green Radical Anticapitalist Social Squat aka GRASS. Come to our week of action to find out everything about how to destroy capitalism and build a better world based on mutual-aid, autonomy and ecological sustainability.

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GAF activists have successfully occupied the Paddington Green Police station along with other comrades, we are entering the second night now. Watch the GAF social medias for ways to support and for upcoming events! Solidarity! 🏴❤️💚

(Photo from the top of building)

The future of the planet is under attack. We are living through the willful destruction of Earth's ecosystems and the billions of people who depend on them to survive. We know what is causing this destruction - the capitalist system we live in and the people who get disgustingly rich while knowing that they are only able to do so by destroying the future for everybody. Currently they ignore the plight of the global south while stealing resources to pad their pockets all the same; it's about time we said no more. No more exploitation. No more capitalism. No more climate change!

Join us on the 28th of February at 2pm at the Bank of England in the City of London to tell the bankers, the rich, the powerful that we won't let them take our planet - the people will not go down without a fight and we're taking the fight to them to show them what we can do when we organise ourselves.

We are posting this call, published by Global Project, to participate to the Venice Climate Meeting this spring. As the climate crisis becomes more explicit and brutal, let’s strengthen our transnational connections to challenge fossil capital and extractivism!


@FrontGreen my current top 3 are neighborhood solar grids, biorecycling plants, and electrified bus networks

@FrontGreen Perennialization of annual staple crops like wheat, rice and sorghum, intercropped with legumes and oilseed sunflowers in a polyculture. I mean holy heck, look at these roots! landinstitute.org/our-work/per

I've been keeping an eye on this project for years and they've finally introduced Kernza perennial wheat to the market.

@ndpi (here's the poster in 1970) a monthly membership fee, with members having a vote in how it's run, though nonmembers could pay a flat fee per meal. I think it changed over the years but it was family/buffet style. They also had films and were an organizing space. They were an independent thing since 1946, but operated out of one of the women's housing coops for a couple years before then. Their charter required the board to be made up of equal numbers of all the left-wing political ideologies at the time. They burned their member roles during the red scare, but the FBI harassed them out of existence with nuisance lawsuits by the 80s.

The sliding scale would essentially be a base price that essentially covers cost, with options for those who are able to pay higher, or for those who want to volunteer labor. (main staff would be paid tho for certification anti-burnout and reliability reasons!) Making the road extremely easy if people want to contribute is my co-op calling.

I dream about the resurgence of "eating co-ops" membership based sliding scale not-for profit restaurants/social halls. Most of the ones I know about fizzled *before* the local food trend got into swing and the kind of high quality food we could make more widely accessible makes my mouth water.


I've dropped turnip, radish, collard, pea, and other seeds all along the back-alley routes i walk to do my errands around town, and now even if I leave the house without eating, I'll have eaten something by the time I get to where I'm gong.

URGENT CALL OUT: Bailiffs threatening imminent eviction at recently reclaimed HS2 protest camp at Harvil Road, Uxbridge. Numbers are low, come down if you can

Hey people, hit us up with your best small-scale ecotopian visions. Not the grand, world-defining ideologies, but some more local level wholesomeness 💚🖤❤️🥰💚🖤❤️

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Sunbeam City 🌻

Sunbeam City is a Libertarian Socialist solarpunk instance. It is ran democratically by a cooperative of like-minded individuals.